We’ll explain how to configure your Bitmain Antminer S19 so you can start making Bitcoin in our guide below.
The Antminer S19, which was first introduced in May 2020, and its various submodels probably contribute the most to the total hash rate of the Bitcoin network of all the mining rigs currently available. In addition to being very popular with our Mining Store customers and more retail miners in Europe and North America, large publicly traded mining companies like Marathon Digital Holdings, Riot Blockchain, and Argo Blockchain have all purchased tens of thousands of S19s from Bitmain.
In this section, we’ll go over how to configure, watch, and manage Your Server as well as how to set up an Antminer S19.
let’s get started!
What is Antminer S19?
One of the newest Bitmain Antminer devices is the Antminer S19. The S19 Antminer series includes the Antminer S19, Antminer S19 pro, Antminer S19 XP, and Antminer S19 XP pro. The S19 Antminer and other Antminer devices may not be well-known to some users.
The Antminer S19 is specifically designed for mining Bitcoin (SHA-256 algorithm) and aims to provide high computational power and energy efficiency. It utilizes custom-built ASIC (Application-Specific Integrated Circuit) chips that are optimized for Bitcoin mining, offering substantial hashing power.
Antminer S19 Server Overview
In the event of any damage, please place your goods according to the layout above.
The equipment needs to be connected to an earthed main socket outlet. The socket outlet must be installed close to the machinery and be simple to use.
Only by simultaneously connecting the two power supply sockets on the equipment’s two power inputs will it be able to function. Make sure to turn off all power inputs before turning off the equipment.
DO NOT remove any cables or screws that are fastened to the product.
DO NOT PRESS the metal cover button.
1.1 S19 Server Components
The main components and controller front panel of S19 servers are shown in the following figure:
1.2 APW12 Power Supply：
1.The S19 server includes the APW12 power supply. Please see the following specifications for a complete list of parameters.
2. There are still two more power cords required.
Model No. Crypto Algorithm
|95 ± 3%
|Power on wall @25°C, Watt
|3250 ± 5%
|Power efficiency on wall @25°C, J/TH
|34.5 ± 5%
|Power supply AC Input voltage, Volt (1-1)
|Power supply AC Input Frequency Range, Hz
|Power supply AC Input current, Amp(1-2)
|Networking connection mode
|RJ45 Ethernet 10/100M
|Server Size (Length*Width*Height, w/o package), mm(2-1)
|Server Size (Length*Width*Height, with package), mm
|Net weight, kg(2-2)
|Gross weight, kg
|Operation humidity(non-condensing) , RH
|Operation altitude, m(3-1)
- To prevent the spread of viruses in the firmware, which can cause damage to the ANTMINER S19 series, the setting function of “Secure Boot” has been switched on and the “Root Authority” function has been disabled.
- Bitmain will not be responsible for any harm that results from the user’s failure to use the product in accordance with the guidelines, conditions, and specifications provided or from the function setting being changed without Bitmain’s prior approval.
(1-1) Caution: Wrong input voltage may probably cause server damaged
(1-2）Max condition: temperature 40°C, altitude 0m
(1-3) Two AC input wires, 10A per wire
(2-1）Including PSU size
(2-2) Including PSU weight
(3-1) When the server is used at an altitude from 900m to 2000m, the highest operating temperature decreases by 1℃ for every increase of 300m
Set Up a New S19 to Start Bitcoin Mining
You must inspect the new miner and be aware of the appropriate safety measures before using a new S19. The procedures for configuring your new S19 are listed below.
1. Before Using
- Inspect the new miner
1. Once you receive your miner package, visually examine the box. Hunt for indications of damage. Before opening the package and inspecting the miner, take pictures of the condition of the package if it is damaged. Make a quick call to customer support if the miner is also damaged.
2. Check the miner for cosmetic blemishes. Examine the miner’s corners and look for dents and cracks. Watch out for damaged cables and fan blades. Please get in touch with customer support right away if you found any damage or defects.
3. Check the heat sinks for the miner. Checking for any loose heat sinks from the front and back fans of the miner. If you discover any loose heat sinks, get in touch with customer support right away.
- Know the precautions for the use
1) PoE is not supported.
2) The use of a router or switch only supports Ethernet network connections.
3) Use the miner in a climate with temperatures between -5 and +35 °C.
4) Keep the miner’s surrounding humidity below 65%
5) To avoid corrosion and/or heat buildup, keep the miner clean and free of catkins.
6) Chrome and Firefox are the supported browsers.
7) It is necessary to plug in the power connector and PSU cord firmly.
The first step is to connect a PSU (Power Supply Unit) to your Use specialized PSUs, such as those designed for servers or just for Bitcoin mining, such as S19 Pro. Connect all of your power supply’s power cables to the power headers on the top side of the miner. The controller only needs one cable, and the other two are for the hash boards.
Next, connect an Ethernet cable to your miner and the other end to a router or switch device. The miner will start up after you turn on your PSU.
Go on a computer or mobile device that is part of the same network as the miner next. You will need to enter in the miner’s IP address. Since most miners now come with DHCP enabled you do not have to manually set the IP address, you just need to look at the IP table on your router or use a scanning tool. Click the IP Report button (above) on the controller board. You should be able to find it by holding it down until it beeps (which should take about 5 seconds).
You can look up the IP address of every device on your network using a scanning tool like AngryIP.
After getting your miner’s IP address, you are ready for Configuration.
3. Setting Up the Server
To set up the server
Microsoft Windows is the only operating system that can open the file IPReporter.zip.
- Download IPReporter.zip from here and run the software.
- Extract the file. The DHCP network protocol, which is the standard, automatically distributes IP addresses.
- Right-click”IPReporter.exe” and run it as Administrator.
- Select one of the following options:
- Farm servers can be marked with the appropriate symbols: shelf, step, and position.
- Standard; appropriate for personal servers.
- Click “Start“.
- Click the IP Report button on the controller board. Hold it down for about five seconds, or until it beeps.
On the screen of your computer, a window containing the IP address will be visible.
- Put the given IP address into your web browser.
- Continue by entering the root’s username and password.
- A Static IP address can be given (optionally) in the Protocol section.
- The subnet mask, DNS server, gateway, and IP address must all be entered.
- Click “Save“.
- Click here to learn more about gateway and DNS Server.
4. Setting Up the Pool
To configure the server:
- click “Setting” marked below.
- Although the fan speed percentage can be changed, we advise leaving it at the default value. If the fan speed percentage hasn’t been chosen yet, the server will change the fan speed automatically.
- The 19 series server has two operational modes: Normal mode and Sleep mode. If the control board is powered but the hashboards are not, then the server goes into sleep mode.
2.Configure miner’s pool settings
Click the “Miner Configuration” tab to set up the mining pools. Enter the miner’s name and the URL for the mining pool (under Worker).
Then click “Save” to connect to the mining pools.
*Note: Antpool is being used in this article. Use different mining pools if you wish.
5. Monitoring Your Server
To Check the Operating Status of Your Server
1.To view the server status dashboard, click the link below.
The S19 server is with fixed frequency 675 MHz, the S19 Pro server is with fixed frequency 525 MHz, Firmware will stop running when the Temp(Outlet) reaches to 95℃，there will be an error message “over max temp, pcb temp (real-time temp)”shown on the bottom of kernel log page. Meanwhile, the server temperature on the dashboard interface turns to abnormal and shows “Temp is too high”.
2. Monitor your server according to the descriptions in the following table:
|Number of chips
|how many chips were found in the chain.
|ASIC frequency configuration.
|Each hash board’s current hashrate in bits per second (GH/s).
|(Degrees Celsius) Inlet temperature
|(Degrees Celsius) The outlet’s temperature
|One of the following statuses will appear: ● The Green Icon – indicates normal ● The Red Icon– indicates abnormal
6. Administering Your Server
6.1 Checking Your Firmware Version
To check your firmware version:
- Find the firmware version at the bottom of your server’s backstage.
- Firmware Version displays the date of the firmware your server uses. In the examples below, the server is using firmware version
6.2 Checking Your Firmware Version
In order to complete the upgrade, make sure the S19/S19 Pro server is still powered on. You must send it back to Bitmain for repairs if the power goes out before the upgrade is finished.
To upgrade the server‘s firmware:
- In System, click “Firmware Upgrade“.
- For Keep Settings: ■ Select “keep settings” to keep your current settings (default). ■ Unselect “keep settings” to reset the server to default settings.
- Click the button and navigate to the upgrade file. Select the upgrade file, then click Update.
- Restarting the server will bring up the settings page once the upgrade has been completed.
6.3 Modifying Your Password
To change your login password:
- In System, click the “Password“
- Set your new password, then click “Save“.
6.4 Restoring Initial Settings
To restore your initial settings
- Set the server to “on” and give it five minutes to run.
- On the controller front panel, press and hold the Reset button for 10 seconds.
Your server’s default settings will be restored and it will reboot after being reset. The red LED will automatically flash once every 15 seconds if the reset is operated successfully.
Conclusion: Set Up Antminer S19
In this post. we’ve covered:
- Inspect the new miner and Know the precautions for the use before using
- install the miner
- Setting Up the Server
- Setting Up the Pool
- Monitoring Your Server
- Administering Your Server
I hope this manual will be useful to you. Please get in touch with us if you have any questions so we can help.
How to Power Antminer S19 Up?
First step is to connect a PSU (Power Supply Unit) to your S19 Pro. You can use specialized PSUs that are either made specifically for Bitcoin mining or even those made for servers. Connect all of the power cables from your power source to the power headers on the top side of the miner. The hash boards only need one cable, and the other two are for the controller.
Next connect a Ethernet cable to your miner and the other end to a router or switch device. The miner will then start operating once your PSU is turned on.
How Much Does Antminer S19 Make Per Day?
6.70 USD / Day
*Note that values are only estimates based on past performance; actual values may be lower or higher. 1 Bitcoin was converted into USD at a rate of 16517.69.
Is Antminer Still Profitable?
With low electricity rates like what we offer with the Managed Mining program, you can earn nearly $17/day in profit with a single Antminer S19*. This dwarfs the mining profitability of the older S9 by more than $500 per month and $6100 annually.
What Miner is Most Profitable?
The most profitable ASIC miner for Bitcoin and the SHA-256 algorithm at the moment is the Antminer S19 Pro.